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Comic: App-Colored Glasses

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Comic: App-Colored Glasses

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: App-Colored Glasses

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Intel's Xeon: Coming soon to laptops, and what this means for the Mac

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Intel's Xeon: Coming soon to laptops, and what this means for the Mac

Intel's announced, for the first time, a laptop variant of the processor that powers the Mac Pro — and it's based around the company's new sixth-generation Core processor architecture.

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Sprint's Open World add-on makes it more affordable to travel to Mexico, Canada, and Latin America

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Sprint's Open World add-on makes it more affordable to travel to Mexico, Canada, and Latin America

Sprint has announced a new free add-on plan that brings free calls and texts to Canada and Mexico, along with free calls, texts, and 1GB of data when traveling in Canada, Mexico, and a number of Latin American countries.

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Larry Page breaks the internet, announces 'Alphabet' parent company for Google

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Larry Page breaks the internet, announces 'Alphabet' parent company for Google

In a shocking announcement today, co-founder Larry Page revealed major changes for Google, including he and Sergey Brinn moving on the helm a new parent company called Alphabet, and Sundar Pachai taking over as the new CEO of a slimmed down Google.

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Force Touch on the iPhone 6s said to focus on shortcuts

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Force Touch on the iPhone 6s said to focus on shortcuts

Force Touch, long said to be bound for the iPhone 6s, will reportedly focus primarily on providing shortcuts to users, taking the place of other lists, buttons, and more on Apple's next iPhone.

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Proposed MacKeeper lawsuit settlement lets you file for a refund by Nov. 30

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Proposed MacKeeper lawsuit settlement lets you file for a refund by Nov. 30

Customers who purchased controversial Mac software suite MacKeeper can file a claim for a refund as part of a settlement to a class-action lawsuit regarding deceptive claims made about the software by its original developer.

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Plex for iPhone and iPad gets a major overhaul

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Plex for iPhone and iPad gets a major overhaul

Plex has updated its app for iPhone and iPad, bringing a completely overhauled experience in both interface and performance.

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper gets enemy HP bars and more in second major update

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper gets enemy HP bars and more in second major update

Free to play mobile RPG Final Fantasy Record Keeper combines characters and scenarios from across the Final Fantasy series. It has just received its second major update that tweaks characters, adds enemy HP bars, and much more. Read on for our in-depth look at Record Keeper's new features!

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American Express brings its corporate credit cards to Apple Pay

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American Express brings its corporate credit cards to Apple Pay

American Express has become the first major credit card company to add Apple Pay support for its corporate credit card portfolio.

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Slide uses iBeacons for a more private photo sharing experience

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Slide uses iBeacons for a more private photo sharing experience

Slide is a new photo sharing app that uses iBeacons to limit how far you can send photos, with the aim of providing a more personal and private sharing experience.

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'Wall-hugger' redux, or 'people building sealed phones...'

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'Wall-hugger' redux, or 'people building sealed phones...'

Back in July of last year Samsung ran a commercial that called iPhone customers "wall huggers" and tried its best to make them look stupid for choosing a phone with a fruit logo on the back over one that had swappable battery. Fast forward to today, and Samsung phones, bereft of swappable batteries, seem to need to hug walls even more than iPhones...

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How to use the player and mini player in iTunes

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How to use the player and mini player in iTunes

iTunes used to be about the music and, in many ways, it still is. Even with all the other media types and device management thrown in, iTunes still provides plenty of music playing functionality, including a player and two sizes of mini player. As with all things iTunes, however, the functionality is layered and buried to an almost impenetrable degree. Here's how to use it!

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How to sell your old iPhone before upgrading to iPhone 6s

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How to sell your old iPhone before upgrading to iPhone 6s

Whether you're looking to upgrade to the widely anticipated iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus—or whatever Apple ends up calling them—as fast as possible or just looking to sell off your older devices to raise some extra cash, here's everything you need to know to know!

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Security, Xbox, a new BlackBerry, and more security

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Security, Xbox, a new BlackBerry, and more security

This week on Mobile Nations: BlackBerry launches the new Passport Silver Edition, Windows Central goes to Gamescom, the affordable Moto G gets glowing praise, and both the Android and Apple camps grapple with security holes big and small.

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Angry Birds 2: Tips, tricks, and cheats for crushing piggies

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Angry Birds 2: Tips, tricks, and cheats for crushing piggies

Whether you're brand new to Angry Birds 2 or have already had a chance to play but are bumping into a wall (ha!), we've got some tips and tricks that should help you break through and continue progressing!

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